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Stanyl® TW241F8

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【Name】:Stanyl® TW241F8
【Parameter】:40% Glass Reinforced, Heat Stabilized
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40% Glass Reinforced, Heat Stabilized


Industry Automotive
Material Stanyl® TW200F8/TW241F8- PA46-GF40
 

Processing Technology Injection Molding
Description Tough, cost effective alternative to metals When faced with the challenge of designing a plastic precision starter gear, Delco Remy America (DRA), the premier builder of starter motors in the world, turned to DSM for a material solution. Starter motors were invented over 100 years ago as a way to convert the stored energy in the battery to thousands of watts of mechanical power to rotate an engine. Perfecting the way we start our engines will offer a clean fast starter that minimizes exhaust emissions and reduces noise. DRA needed a material that exhibited high strength at high temperatures. The starters are mounted near the exhaust manifolds and are attached to the engines. Temperature ranges of -40ºC to 130ºC meant a unique material was needed. Stanyl TW200F8 was chosen due to its high strengths at high temperature capabilities. In addition, Stanyl offered several advantages over the use of steel such as lower weight and corrosion resistance. Today, DRA uses Stanyl in all of their starter motors produced worldwide.

Industry Automotive
Material Stanyl® TW200F8/TW241F8 - PA46-GF40
 

Processing Technology Injection Molding
Description High temperature creep resistance enables cost effective materials substitution The combination of high-temperature performance and electrical properties makes Stanyl ideal for under-the-hood components such as connectors and gasket carriers. Stanyl demonstrates its cost-effective versatility in two components within an electronic cruise control module, satisfying both mechanical and electrical performance requirements at temperatures approaching 350ºF (175ºC). The module's electrical bobbin faces constant compression and heavy loads from the coil that wraps around it. Thin-walled sections of the component face particular stress and mold release can be difficult. The manufacturer replaced PTFE-filled PES with Stanyl, reducing the cost without sacrificing performance; Stanyl's inherent lubricity eliminated the need for PTFE. Stanyl also reduced manufacturing costs through faster cycle times and cleaner mold release. The second component is a spool that controls actuation of the cruise function. Stanyl replaced PEI for cost savings, while satisfying creep requirements in the small contact area around the hub.

Industry Automotive
Material Stanyl® TW200F8/TW241F8 - PA46-GF40
 

Processing Technology Injection Moulding
Description The Oystertec Quick Connect system features a metal female fitting (either direct to port or via an adapter) with machined internal sealing surfaces and retaining flange; fluid tubing with O-ring and collar; Stanyl retaining ring with six locking fingers; and Stanyl® locking collar. Assembly requires only that the tubing be inserted into the fitting, the retaining ring brought down, and the locking collar snapped into place. Assembly time is far less than for conventional threaded fittings, which require care in starting the threads, initial torque of flange nuts, and final torque to achieve a reliable seal. Field service of the Oystertec system is likewise far less time-consuming, and far less likely to result in damaged fittings on disassembly than older, competitive threaded designs.
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